Mourning is an important part of any family death but this can differ a huge amount depending on where you or your family are from.
A difficult look at a physically and mentally abusive relationship, Is This Thing On? uses a mixture of physical theatre and words to take us on an uncomfortable journey through th…
Adam Kay used to be a doctor and he wants to tell us all about it.
Spencer Jones is a genius but I’m not sure why.
If you’ve ever wondered what having a mental-health issue feels like then head down to Help!.
In Ripe, Jacobs takes us through the stages of a banana corresponding to the stages of life; through stand-up and rap.
Three aliens from Mars, fascinated by all things Earthly.
Rob Broderick is a one of a kind performer.
The Traverse Theatre is onto a winner with its programming this year.
Rachel Parris has been invited back to her old school to speak at prize giving, but what is she going to say? Is she even a role model at all? Rather than prepare for this speech a…
I have never played Dungeons and Dragons.
Jess and Joe want to tell us their story.
Grandma is a drug dealer.
There are comedians that are laugh out loud funny, every couple of minutes a big laugh; but the stuff in between is dead air and tumbleweed.
Imagine William Shakespeare wrote Attack the Block and you get Flesh and Bone, a tale of an East London tower block and it’s residents.
Theatre Ad Infinitum have been a Fringe favourite for years; creating thought provoking and beautiful shows to touch both your heart and your mind.
2 Become 1 is a standard Jukebox Musical.
Luke Kempner takes a Luke in the mirror in this gently funny show, poking fun at himself and the impressions he uses to express himself.
Manual Cinema is a very special kind of company.
Matt Richardson is a firecracker.
Improvisation and a cappella groups are two a penny at the Fringe, and it can be difficult to find a unique format with which to entertain the crowds.
Superbolt Theatre’s The Jurassic Parks is ridiculous; in the best way possible.
Magnificent Bastard Productions have become a hit at the Fringe throughout the last few years with their productions of Shit-Faced Shakespeare.
George Egg is a hybrid chef and comedian.
A murder has been committed.
Boy meets girl.
To be surprised by a show at the Fringe is a rare and wonderful thing.
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